Resilience protective and risk factors as prospective predictors of depression and anxiety symptoms following intensive terror attacks in Israel

Publication date: 1 June 2020Source: Personality and Individual Differences, Volume 159Author(s): Shaul Kimhi, Yohanan Eshel, George A. Bonanno
Source: Personality and Individual Differences - Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

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Conclusion: This study revealed that income level, perceived social support, and gender of the child were factors associated with psychological well-being of parents caring for children with PKU/HPA. Health care professionals should identify the challenges faced by families and should be aware of risk factors associated with lower parental well-being to achieve better family adjustment and better health outcomes.
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Conclusions: Potential biases in maternal report of infant behavior due to effects from maternal distress may not be generalizable across cultures but may vary because of cultural norms for emotional experience and expectations for infant behavior. EA mothers' ratings of infant distress and soothability, but not fear, may be influenced by maternal distress.
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ConclusionsAlthough there is general support for the use of a composite score representing the relative balance of self-compassion, limitations to representing self-compassion with a single score are highlighted. Key limitations are clarity of what a composite score captures, specific mechanisms underlying the construct, and targeted intervention implications.
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ConclusionSuicidal behavior is prevalent among school-going adolescents in Bangladesh. This study underscores the importance of early screening and interventions targeted to adolescents at risk, which might reduce the suicide rate among this population in Bangladesh.
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